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Creating a Medical Plan of Action

One of our most important goals is to help families create a medical plan of action with their medical team and then to encourage and empower them to act upon this plan immediately. There is never a reason for anyone to hear that there is nothing that can be done. There is always something that can be done in every pregnancy. Below are guidelines to help parents create a medical plan. As their doctor, you can encourage them to check each box off as the objective is reached and of course add more to the list as they get further into the process. We are here to help your patients every step of the way. Creating this plan is the most important way your patients can be parents to their babies right now. No one is more dedicated and fueled to fight this disease more than they are with your help. We encourage parents to clear their mind, and know that their babies know they are doing everything they can for them. If parents and doctors can say in their heart that they have done everything they can for the babies, then we have done our biggest job. This is the peace that we wish for you and your patients.

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A form of TTTS, TAPS can occur after laser surgery or during a monochorionic pregnancy with no signs of TTTS or problems.
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Questions to Ask at Every Ultrasound. Ultrasounds Must Be Weekly Starting at 16 Weeks.
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